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going thru wheel hubs like crazy.. any heavy duty hubs?

so since i have such an offset rim it puts tons of pressure on my hubs and im going thru them like crazy.. just broke the 3rd one in 6 months. i broke the left one replaced it, then the right one n replaced that. now the left one again so instead of replacing it with these crappy ones is there any heavy duty hubs i can upgrade to?


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What brand hubs are you running?

You could upgrade to the Dynatrac kit, but it's not cheap.

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The Dynatrac kit was made for setups like yours. It will get red of the unit bearing and replace the Ford lockouts with either 35 spline Warren's or Dynalocks. It uses common bearings that can actually be serviced.

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I bought the Dynatrac kit. It was close to $1500 for the kit and since I was overseas I had it put on for $1,000. His labor rates were high though. They came with Warn lockers. You are just about at the cost of the Dynatrac kit anyway so it's only a matter of time before you break another

The guy I had do it said that the stock assemblies just don't last with any sort of oversized tire.



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Get some normal offset rims...

I've run 35's or 37's on all my superdutys and replace hubs at about 200-240k...

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We carry Dynatrac kits....PM me if I can help.
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